Kohl Sudduth Leaves Bway Take Me Out Team July 13; Shane McRae on Deck

News   Kohl Sudduth Leaves Bway Take Me Out Team July 13; Shane McRae on Deck The boys of summer in Broadway's Tony Award-winning Take Me Out will lose a teammate July 13, when Kohl Sudduth plays his final performance as dim-witted catcher Jason Chenier.

Shane McRae will begin as Jason on July 15. McRae recently received his M.F.A. from NYU's Graduate Acting Program where he appeared in such plays as Henry IV part 1 (Hotspur), The Seagull (Trigorin), The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Misalliance, and a self-created work inspired by Salmon Rushdie's "Midnight's Children" called In the Sundarbans.

Richard Greenberg's play about the incident-packed season of a Yankees-like ball team won the 2003 Tony for Best Play, plus Tonys for Best Direction (Joe Mantello) and Best Featured Actor in a Play (Denis O'Hare).

Performances continue at the Walter Kerr Theatre.